BWRO System 3,000 GPD - Jordan

Product Description

Reverse osmosis is a pressure-driven process used to take out salt from water through a partially porous membrane. A high pressure pump is tasked with applying excessive pressure to brackish water against the surface of the partially porous membrane moving salt, contaminants, and other impurities across the membrane resulting in the emergence of purified water on the lower-pressured side. Salt, contaminates, and other impurities and are thrown into the brine stream and then flushed down a drain.  The average brackish reverse osmosis systems is composed of pretreatments such as multimedia filters to remove particulates, activated carbon filters to take out chlorine, odor and color, a water softener with brine tank to take out hardness, and a UV sterilizer to kill bacteria.

Country: Jordan

Date: July 2013

System/Product: 3,000 GPD

Flow Rate: Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis

Components & Brands:
- RO200 series 


Brackish water is water that is taken from estuaries and river openings. It salt concentration falls in between fresh water and seawater. Not as pure as fresh water, yet not as salty as seawater. Its mild salty concentration is discouraged for human consumption. To generate purified water from brackish water, a water filtration system relies on a method called "reverse osmosis" for assistance.



Pure Aqua manufactured and supplied a commercial brackish water reverse osmosis unit to the royal court in Jordan at 3000 GPD. 

Since its initial startup, the BWRO system has been operating accordingly with minimal trouble-shooting. A brackish water reverse osmosis (BWRO) system accomplishes takes out large amounts of salts, contaminants and other impurities through a process called “reverse osmosis”.



  • Minimal civil work and construction
  • Small footprint
  • Plug and play installation
  • High-quality components (Grundfos pumps, DOW Filmtec membranes, Codeline vessels, Pure Aqua microprocessor control panel)
  • High recovery design
  • High rejection membranes
  • Low energy and chemical consumption

BWRO System 3,000 GPD - Jordan - Case Study [/custom-documents]

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  • 5
    Produces more water faster

    Posted by Adelle C. on Jan 25th 2020

    But we are happy, in addition, the system produces more water faster and we never run out of drinking water.

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